immigrants worked hard to fit in to society.
it means slim fit ..!
committed to their own cultures but also trying to grow into their new identities, many immigrants came to think of themselves as "hyphenated" americans. as hard as they tried to fit in, these new polish- italian and born americans felt increasing friction as they rubbed shoulders with other people born and raised in the united states. native-born people often disliked immigrants unfamiliar customs and languages, viewed them as a threat to the american way of life.
"how to keep fit" in english means come mantenersi in forma in italian.
it would help students fit into white society.
it would help them fit in with white society
to fit into society
what are two things the cherokee did to fit into georgia's society? read more
whatever they could fit in a trunk and thats it..
italian early renaissance.
the society would make fit into it, therefore it is good.
clean because there small hands could fit anywhere
any 18" dolls will fit in american girl doll clothes.
american girl clothes will fit any 18" dolls.
by being fit and healthy
uomo sano is an italian equivalent of the english phrase "fit man." the masculine singular noun and adjective also means "healthy (sound, upright) man" according to context. the pronunciation will be "wo-mo sa-no" in italian.
journey girl shoes do fit on american girl doll's feet
the process of change from pre-industrial society and the extended family to industrial society and the nuclear family. the family changed shape, functions and roles of its members to 'fit' needs of society. losing many of its functions.
they had it that's how
will a american standard toilet tank fit a glacier bay toilet
any 18" doll clothes will fit an american girl doll, and any ag doll clothes will fit an 18" doll.
sei in forma, ragazza! is an italian equivalent of the english phrase "you're fit, girl!" the declarative/exclamatory observation translates literally as "you're in form, girl!" in english. the pronunciation will be "sey een for-ma ra-gat-tsa" in italian.
people who did not fit in with the nazi idea of society.